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Meet Our Team



Greta Bennett

I am a self confessed coffee lover so when you're in the clinic you're welcome to pick my brain about the best spots in the area. On my days off you might find me in a coffee shop with a good book, wandering through the botanical gardens or spending time with my five nephews.

I previously worked as a photographer for 7 seven years which enabled me to cultivate a love for people and their stories. In turn, I developed a strong  core value of holding space for people to share their stories and to feel seen and heard. I love meeting all the beautiful families that come into our clinic. I am a huge advocate for ensuring people's needs are prioritised and supported.

Erin Mavity
Finance & Accounts, Therapy Assistant

  • Chronic illness
  • Mental health
  • Capacity building

I have been working as part of the Kids That Go family since 2017, but have more recently started working in a patient-based capacity as a Therapy Assistant. I am a passionate advocate for those who are faced with chronic illness, mental illness and disability. I take great care to ensure my approach is influenced by my core values of empathy, inclusivity, respect, trust and dignity.

Whilst not at work I enjoy spending time with family & friends, crafting, reading and snuggling with my animals.


Rebecca Khan
Occupational Therapist, Director
(B.OccThy, GradDipDivinity)

  • Continence clinician
  • Developmental & sensory assessment
  • Anxiety & behaviour
  • Chronic illness 

Since graduating from the University of Queensland in 2001, I have predominantly worked in the areas of child development and continence. However my greatest training comes from raising 3 children. My passion is to serve local families who are tackling tough issues such as wee/poo troubles, difficult behaviours, difficulties at school and unique sensory processing characteristics. My approach is informed by evidence-based practice and deep understanding of the physiology of the human body, however I strive to balance these with practical ‘real world’ solutions tailored to the individual family’s situation.

In my down-time I love time with my family, chatting with friends over coffee, card making and walking our puppy Sally.

Rebecca is frequently asked to speak on the topic of Paediatric Continence in Australia and wrote the Conquering Wees & Poos (© Queensland Health) learning package for other clinicians at the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in 2011. If you are interested in having her inservice your team or organisation, please Contact Us.

Rebecca is registered to receive Enhanced Primary Care/Chronic Disease Management Plan referrals from GP's.

Nicole Nijskens
Occupational Therapist

  • Behavioural toileting
  • Independently maintaining a healthy body
  • School readiness
  • Chronic pain

After graduating in 2016 with a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy, I’ve developed a diverse set of skills working with multidisciplinary teams in a rotational hospital setting. This paved the way to finding my passion working in paediatrics - using these transferrable skills to support families and make life fun for children of all ages.

As an OT, I believe in being client centred and using evidence based practice. Sometimes the task seems so big that problem solving with the family and working towards smaller goals can really make an impact and boost confidence. I have come to appreciate that all wins and goals achieved should be celebrated.

In my downtime I love keeping active and healthy, coffee with friends/family, beach walks, appreciating nature and planning the next 4WD or camping trip!

Interest areas include behavioural toileting, independently maintaining a healthy body, school readiness, and chronic pain.

My favourite part of being an OT is helping people to thrive, improving quality of life; seeing people regain independence and finding enjoyment in difficult tasks. All the while having fun!

Lucy Powers
Occupational Therapist

  • Working with families to develop the child's confidence
  • Helping kids grow in independence

Since graduating in 2008 from University of Queensland Lucy has worked predominantly with children and their families in Brisbane and in the United Kingdom. Lucy has a range of experience working in multidisciplinary teams in clinics, school, home and hospital settings.

Lucy is passionate about working with children and their families to help them develop confidence and independence in everyday activities. Lucy loves celebrating all the small (and big!) wins with the children and families she works with. Lucy values working collaboratively with children, parents/carers and others key members in the child/family life.

Lucy has recently returned from maternity leave, after having a little boy, Finn. Lucy works part time for Kids That Go, whilst working in a project role in Queensland Health.

Outside of work Lucy enjoys brunching, going to the beach and planning the next travel adventure.


Ros Pullman
Occupational Therapist

  • Child development 
  • Feeding and Toileting
  • Children & teens with disabilities
  • Teens with schooling difficulties

I qualified as an Occupational Therapist at St Loyes in the UK and have over 30 years of clinical experience working with children and teenagers in the UK, South Africa and for the last ten years in Australia! I am also mum to 3 adults.

My clinical experience was gathered in a range of school, clinical and community settings and includes the Royal Free Hospital in London, rural outreach with The Cerebral Palsy Alliance (NSW), Queensland Health and Disability Services in Queensland. I have also been in Private Practice for several years which is where I feel that I can be most effective to support children and their families in the location that the child feels comfortable, such as home or school.

I love to use play as the foundation for my practice with younger children which spans neurological, sensory processing, developmental and Autism Spectrum Disorders. I use a family-centred approach that is strengths-based. This enables me to focus on each child’s unique abilities in a flexible and sensitive way and provide practical support whilst developing and strengthening skills.

My key areas of interest are for daily functioning skills so that children can feel successful in day to day occupations. Employing a Sensory Processing approach together with play, I can support school based skills including homework and executive functioning, continence, sleep and diet. My personal therapy goal is to help children and young people ‘get their wings and fly’ so that they are as independent their lives as possible. ‘Kids That Go’!

Sienna Smiley
Occupational Therapist

B.OccThy (Hons)

  • Child development
  • Continence and Toileting
  • Children & teens with disabilities
  • Supporting and empowering families

Through my previous paediatric work experience, I have developed a strong passion and enjoyment for working with children and their families. I love getting creative and tailoring sessions for each child, using their interests to make sessions engaging and enjoyable, while meeting their goals. I am passionate about helping others and making meaningful connections, ensuring I create a safe space where others feel valued and part of a collaborative therapy process.

Outside of work, I relax by painting or making jewellery, and enjoy spending quality time with my family and friends.


Caity Smits
Occupational Therapist

B.OccThy (Hons)

  • Fine motor skill development
  • Continence and toileting
  • Emotional regulation
  • School readiness

I graduated from the University of The Sunshine Coast in 2019 (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy with Honors) and always knew that I wanted to work in child development. During my degree I was fortunate enough to practice working with children in a wide variety of setting including school, hospital and day care which has helped to give me insight into the various different aspects of a child’s life. Since graduating I have continued to work with children across a variety of setting including in clinic, home visit, school visits, daycare/kindy and in group settings.

I’m passionate about working with families to help children reach their potential. I believe that Occupational Therapy is not just a career but a different perspective on life. It is a way of viewing the world and seeing what can be rather than what is. I love working with families to creatively problem solve tricky situations and find practical solutions that work for everyone involved.

My areas of special interest are fine motor skill development, emotional regulation, school readiness and of course, continence.

When I’m not working with children, I enjoy spending time with my family, bushwalking, gardening and baking cakes.


Megan West
Occupational Therapist

B.OccThy (Hons)

  • Child development
  • Social skill development
  • Emotional regulation
  • Executive functioning
  • Self-care skills
  • Parent and teacher education

Megan graduated with a Bachelors Degree with First Class Honours in Occupational Therapy in 2015 from the University of Queensland. Since graduating Megan’s experience as an Occupational Therapist has focussed on the area of paediatrics and includes working as a sole occupational therapist in a multi-disciplinary team in rural NSW, and at a private occupational therapy clinic in Melbourne.

Megan takes pride in providing a holistic approach to therapy and believes in empowering young people and their families to become active participants in their therapy journey. Within her practice, Megan is passionate about tailoring therapy to ensure that it is strengths based, and as much fun as it is effective.

Megan’s areas of interest include social skill development, emotional regulation, executive functioning, and self-care. Megan is passionate about upskilling children, families, and schools to work as a team to support children’s development; as well as encouraging the development of clinicians through mentoring and supervision.

Outside of work Megan enjoys spending time with her family, drinking coffee, and going on long walks with her daughter and dog, Ted.

Megan works at our Paddington clinic on Monday’s and Tuesday’s and is also available for consultations via Telehealth. Megan is registered to receive Enhanced Primary Care/Chronic Disease Management plan referrals from GP’s. She is also endorsed by OT Australia to practice within the Medicare Better Access to Mental Health program.



Rebecca Percival
Allied Health Assistant

  • Develop independence
  • Fine motor skill development
  • Emotional regulation

I am currently studying a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at the University of Queensland.

I also have experience working with individuals and families as a disability support worker. This has involved providing support both in the home and in the community working on goals for self-care, communication and social engagement.

My journey towards becoming an Occupational Therapist (OT) has very much been inspired by seeing the impact of the wonderful OTs who have supported my niece to gain independence in a number of areas.

Having witnessed first-hand the change and progress that is possible when given the right resources and support has made me particularly passionate about working collaboratively with children and their families to achieve their goals and thrive.

When I am not working or studying I love to relax with friends and family. I also love to be outdoors either hiking or swimming at the beach.


Noah Swann
Allied Health Assistant

  • Develop independence
  • Fine motor skill development
  • Emotional regulation

I am currently studying Occupational therapy at USC. I have always had a passion to work alongside children and to help them learn, get new skills and grow up to be the best person they can be. Even from a young age I have taken every opportunity to work with children as a volunteer. My passion is driven by my own struggle, as someone who faces life with a stutter. Years of therapy has given me a better understanding of what it means to be ‘different’ and helps me be more empathetic towards those who are fighting their own battles.

As an Allied Health Assistant I will prioritise building relationships with parents and the child, so that together we can implement interventions that are challenging but also beneficial for development.

Outside of work I enjoy hiking, camping and going to the gym. I also love catching up with friends and family.

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How we can help:


We are toileting therapists, caring for kids with poo or wee issues, day or night, through tailored evidence-based programs.




Child Development

Self care, sensory processing, school readiness, fine motor, handwriting, anxiety and behaviour. Growing up is a busy thing!



Kids with Disabilities

The pathway to growing up takes it's own track sometimes. We are here to help with tailored, experienced care, advocacy and skill development.



Kids with Chronic Illness

Growing up can take tricky, unexpected turns. With personal experience and compassion, we are here to help both kids and families grow through these challenges.


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Helping families boost independence and wellbeing through knowledge, nurture and play.